Aside from surfing, spend the day partaking in other available water sports, playing beach volleyball, sunbathing, or just taking a leisurely splash in the cool waters. If you stop and observe, you may even catch a glimpse of sea turtles and other marine life swimming alongside you. A myriad of beautiful beaches surround the coast of Pulau Nias, many of which are most often deserted. The beaches are not only plenteous, but also diverse; from gently sloping, soft, white sands, to rocky reef lagoons and high cliffs.
How to Get there:
By air, start at the Polonia Airport in Medan, North Sumatra and catch a flight to Binaka Airport,Gunung Sitoli. Daily flights are available from Medan to Gunung Sitoli on Wings Air. There are 3 flights from Medan to Gunungsitoli every day.
Once in Gunungsitoli, continue by land to Sorake Beach via minibus. Sorake Bay is about 3 hours drive from Gunung Sitoli. Before or after you go to Sorake, you are suggested to go to Gunungsitoli city (30 minutes drive), visiting traditional village in Tumori to see aged oval wooden traditional houses and Museum Pusaka Nias which keeps some 6,000 collections, starting from jewelry, household equipments, traditional music instruments, statues, replica of Nias traditional house and the products of Nias handicrafts bola nafo (betel vine storage) with a specific motifs, including the giant one measuring 3 x 3 square meters, which is recorded by the Indonesian World of Records Museum (MURI) as the largest betel vine storage in Indonesia.